Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Review: Ayushmann Khurrana's 'Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui' is fast paced story once again talking about Social Taboo

written by Kirti Pathak | December 11, 2021

The plot of Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui has been shrouded in secrecy since the teaser was released. A little has been revealed in the trailer while much of the film’s concept was kept under the wraps.

Ayushmann Khurrana has always taken up films that challenge Taboo subjects while this time Vaani Kapoor has also thought of doing so with the film. Little of the flaws in the film are overshadowed by the film’s concept which doesn’t lose its sight.

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Film’s title and its title make it evident that it is going to be a loud film revolving around Chandigarh and Punjabis. Abhishek Kapoor is the director of the film while Ayushmann plays the character Manvinder Munjal also called Manu in the film.

Manu is the owner of the gum who is making efforts for participating in the annual local championship which he hasn’t been able to get in so far.

With the entry of the female lead Maanvi Brar i.e Vaani who has been hired in the gym to teach Zumba.

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The two hot sizzling fitness-oriented Manu and Maanvi are attracted towards each other and develop a romantic relationship.

Manu gets shocked after learning about Maanvi’s past. Abhishek does the perfect job of portraying sensitivity, restraint, and maturity when it came down to showcasing the story of a trans woman. In a country like India, it becomes challenging to get such roles on screen, but the director pulled it off in a more respectful manner.

The two-hour film is set at a fast pace and also keeps it all clear and straight without missing the points. From the start build-up to the climax, all stays in the crux without the baseless subplots keeping it all stick to the story.

The only thing that the director miss was that some real-life incidences have been missed by him which people actually phase in life. In addition to this climax also misses exciting people to stand out and clap.

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Ayushman Khurrana has always been amazed at his role in talking about social taboos while Vaani stuns with this film. The actress looks beautiful but unlike her old films, this time her acting, performance, dialogues are much more powerful.

Five to six songs are a part of the film, which is accelerating the film forward.

In all spheres, Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui is sure to entertain you with another strong message for society.


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